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NRG plans to slash CO2 emissions 90 per cent by 2050

Pollution

Landmark commitment by one of the largest US fossil fuel generators could spur investment in clean energy and carbon capture and storage

21 Nov 2014

Number of businesses with ISO 14001 soars to 300,000

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IEMA welcomes latest data on popular environmental management standard

19 Nov 2014

Updated: Church of England faces growing pressure to ditch fossil fuels

Solar panels at Holy Trinity church Hull

Oxford Diocesan Synod will consider divesting from oil, coal, and gas companies and calls on Anglican Church to do the same

17 Nov 2014

Study: Chief sustainability officers now part of boardroom furniture

Verdantix research finds sustainability leaders have increasing influence, decision-making authority, and budgetary control

17 Nov 2014

Cisco, 3M, NatGeo illuminate solar as an employee benefit

Kimberly-Clark and Johnson & Johnson are also among those joining with Geostellar to make solar more affordable and accessible

14 Nov 2014

'Green tape' can boost growth, study finds

Grantham Institute report says environmental regulations can drive economic growth by encouraging business innovation

14 Nov 2014

Greenpeace targets Shell's 'keep the lights on' ad with Arctic counter-attack

Campaign group hoists banner with the message 'let's keep the drills on, so the Arctic's gone when she's your age' opposite Shell's London HQ

13 Nov 2014

Anthesis buys M4C as it continues push to become leading green consultancy

Latest acquisition is fifth since company was founded 14 months ago

13 Nov 2014

Ford to debut wind and solar powered dealers

Innovative new US partnership with Wind Energy Corporation aims to slash emissions of auto dealers

12 Nov 2014

Renewables industry celebrates wind energy jobs surge

Latest RenewableUK study reveals number of people employed by wind energy industry has increased by 6,300 in the past four years

12 Nov 2014

Queen admits 'One has climate change concerns'

The Queen reportedly asked Met Office chief scientist if last year's floods were caused by climate change

05 Nov 2014

Spending watchdog raises alarm over Defra's flood protection cuts

National Audit Office concludes underlying flood spending has fallen 10 per cent during this parliament, despite Defra claims to the contrary

05 Nov 2014

Businesses urged to digest latest IPCC climate science report

Dr Rajendra Pachauri, IPCC chair, urges businesses to take a long term view on climate change-related decisions

03 Nov 2014

Friends of the Earth distances itself from BPVA Powering Knowledge solar schools campaign

NGO says it is not 'working closely' with trade association, despite BPVA's claims to the contrary

31 Oct 2014

InterContinental Hotels bed in new environmental programme

IHG to roll out Green Engage scheme across all 4,700 hotels

29 Oct 2014

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